|Project by Roman Hrytsak||posted 03-21-2011 12:37 AM||1636 views||1 time favorited||16 comments|
When I started carving some 20 years ago my first bird was a Meadowlark. All I had for carving equipment was a small inexpensive Dremel tool and a scant supply of carving bits along a lot of enthusiasm! It was a 12 hour course and my class was full of professionals. Talk about the intimidation! But I stuck with it and had the bird carved and project completed in the four nights given to me. The original is on my piano and has been claimed by my eldest son when I am gone.
The bird shown on the cedar fencepost is my most recent rendition and this one has moved to a client’s home.
This past week saw the arrival of bald eagles from the south. Their stay here is short as they are on their way to Alaska! In another six weeks we shall hear the song of Spring – the Meadowlark will have arrived!
-- Roman:... there are no mistakes, just opportunities for a design change!